HEARSAY - The Soul Children (1972)
SITTIN' ON A TIME BOMB (WAITIN' ON THE HURT TO COME) - Honey Cone (1972)
WEIGHTLESS - Thomas Dolby (1983)
WINDPOWER - Thomas Dolby (1983)
ONE OF OUR SUBMARINES - Thomas Dolby (1983)
WE WILL ROCK YOU - The Chucker at KQRS-FM Minneapolis (1991?)
I WANNA BE RICH - Calloway (1990)
(WHAT) IN THE NAME OF LOVE - Naked Eyes (1984)
AIRWAY SPIES - Dance Exponents (1982)
GIRL TALK - Boogie Boys (1986)
WELCOME TO THE BOOMTOWN [Cheap Thrills promo 45 version] - David And David (1986)
JOHNNY HAVE YOU SEEN HER - The Rembrandts (1992)
ROLLIN' DOWN THE HILL - Rembrandts (1992)
LOVE ME LIKE A LOVER - Tina Charles (1976)
MIX OF THE CENTURY MAINSTREAM PART 1 SEGMENT 1B - Hot Mix (1999)
ONCE OVER - Burning Rome (1982)
THE CANARY TRAINING RECORD (early 1950s?)
SAVE SOME LOVE - Keedy (1991)
June 13, 2022 Subject:
THE CANARY TRAINING RECORD
Good 'Ol Simon Says Jokingly:
What Would've Happen If You Play It To The Chicken?
Simon, OMG I Imagine you, young Simon in the classroom laughing their socks off with the likes of these lol :-)
and I'm wondering whether Cows would produce more milk listening to some lovely Canary music? hmm...
Actually, on a more serious informative note,
These recordings put together on a 45RPM are a byproduct of about 26 years of a radio show or to be exact shows. Cause there were many of them.
many stations that played Canary Training Sessions in a format of an Organist/kbd or even a small studio orchestra, some birds, a Canary preferable,
and a sense of good timing.
some stations were:
*American Radio Warblers in Chicago (the 1st orig. one)
*WGN also in Chicago
*WWDC morning show in Washington DC
*WOR morning show in New York (might be the last one played canaries live until '59)
The 45 itself is dated circa 1952, meaning the end of an era, more or less. some shows & the 45 were sponsored by The Pet Product Company: "Hartz Mountain Pet Foods" since 1926.
It's safe to say, that some recordings on that 45 were
made over the years, so actually, this is a kind of a compilation from all those specific intentional session recordings. https://i.etsystatic.com/6689229/r/il/4591fd/3898525390/il_1140xN.3898525390_og6u.jpg
One of the famous Organists in Chicago was;
Edna J. Sellers
who accompanied 1920's silent movies as a session Player & Had a Prolific Career: https://ibb.co/tLkXHDC